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The Purpose of Yoga - Inspiration and Goals
...en if more people thought, spoke, and acted in a positive way toward social change, world peace, and global warming? Think of all the good ideas, in the past, which people gave up on. Imagine the possibilities.Many people do not feel they deserve to progress, so they procrastinate, quit, or “give in” to negative thought. If we want to live a...more
Practising Iyengar Yoga During Pregnancy
...her than the more traditional method of holding poses for a number of breaths. This has the effect of taking pressure off the lower back, creating flexibility in the joints, and facilitating deeper breathing which increases the oxygen available to baby.Practicing Iyengar yoga before the birth of the baby is a very good way to practice your breathing too, an importan...more
More About Yoga Therapy for Increasing Self-Worth
...ive solution. Meditation time should never be spent on negative thoughts, or rehashing past mistakes. We cannot change the past, and we must realize what parts of our lives can realistically be controlled. There are situations in life, which are far beyond our control, and we have to come to a realization about the limits of our control.We are responsible for our actions. The...more
Teaching Yoga for Teen Stress Management - Family Bonds
...help their teens? One solution is to find joint activities, for parents and children, long before they become teens. This reinforces bonds during critical points in the lives of both parent and child.Yoga is one such activity, but there are many more. Some families go hiking, skiing, biking, or participate in a variety of sports, together. There is no limit to the numbe...more
Hatha Yoga
...o be practiced in sequence. They are Yama (restraint), Niyama (observance), Asana (posture), Pranayama (breathing), Pratyahara (withdrawal of senses), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (ecstasy). The end of yoga after Samadhi would be the union of individual consciousness with the universal consciousness.In the modern age, yoga has come to mean basically...more

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